DOCUMENTATION NECESSARY FOR THE DETERMINATION AND ASSIGNMENT OF PIN (OIB)   

 

FOREIGN NATURAL PERSON

 

1. Application for the determination and assignment of PIN (OIB)
2. Passport – the original is to be presented for inspection, and a copy thereof should be attached to the Application
 
In exceptional cases, if the foreign natural person does not hold a passport, they shall attach to the Application the following documents:
- European Identity Card (citizens of the European Union) or
- Identification document issued by their state of citizenship with proof of citizenship
 

FOREIGN LEGAL ENTITY

 

1. Application for the determination and assignment of PIN (OIB)
2. Deed of Establishment (decision or registry extract from the competent court, in the Croatian language or translated into the Croatian language by a certified court interpreter) 
 
If the Application is submitted by an AGENT acting in the name of a foreign entity (natural or legal), besides the above mentioned documents (document copies), they shall also submit a power of attorney.
 
THE POWER OF ATTORNEY shall be issued for the procedure of determination and assignment of PIN. Since Croatian is the official language of the Republic of Croatia, the power of attorney shall be drawn up in the Croatian language or translated into the Croatian language. The Power of attorney will be kept at the competent Tax Administration office and shall be certified by a notary public only in exceptional cases, if there is doubt of its credibility. If the power of attorney was issued to a notary public, attorney, body established under public law, or bank, the certification of the power of attorney is not necessary. If the Application is submitted by a natural person for a foreign person, the certification of the power of attorney is necessary.
 
Documentation necessary for determining and assigning of the PIN number to foreign entities can be found in Croatian and German.
 
An application for determining and assigning personal identification number can be downloaded in Croatian, English and German.